NEVER UNDERESTIMATE THE POWER OF THE BROW
Tracie Giles London offers the most comprehensive choice of Permanent Makeup eyebrow tattooing & microblading techniques in the industry. Whether you are looking for something more natural or to create more of a statement look, we use the best products and techniques available to create truly bespoke and utterly flawless results for our clients.
When Microblading eyebrows, we manually use a super fine blade to create cuts into the skin which mimic the appearance of natural hairstrokes.
First time having microblading and so pleased with the outcome after having almost no eyebrows! Extremely thorough and listened to me.
Sarah B, Tracie Giles London Client
A technique that was first discovered thousands of years ago using a super fine microblade to etch lines into the skin that flow in the same direction as your own hairs, this is the ideal brow look for those who want an extra natural and soft effect with the pigment being placed into a higher layer of the skin.
Consult with your technician beforehand, as microblading isn’t suitable for all skin types and you may be better off with the 3D Hairstroke Brow.
The Combo Brow
Often our clients suit a combination of both digital eyebrow tattooing and microblading. This allows us to create beautiful, natural hairstrokes with some shading effects. When you come for your treatment we can discuss with you what you want to achieve and use our expertise to determine which will be the best technique for you.
Digital Permanent Makeup
Digital Permanent Makeup is also a form of eyebrow tattooing, but uses a different method to implant pigment into the skin. Using an electronically powered machine and a needle, which is more similar to a conventional tattoo (but much less aggressive and the pigment is not implanted as deeply), we can create beautiful permanent brows. For more information on Digital Permanent Makeup click the button below!
Please note: Some skins retain the ‘crispness’ of the hair stroke better than others. We have the right to refuse any work that we deem to be inappropriate.
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